[mahy-er-hof; German mahy-uh r-hohf] /ˈmaɪ ərˌhɒf; German ˈmaɪ ərˌhoʊf/
[ot-oh;; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ;; German ˈɔt oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1884–1951, German physiologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1922.
Otto (Fritz) (ˈɔto). 1884–1951, German physiologist, noted for his work on the metabolism of muscles. He shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1922
Meyerhof Mey·er·hof (mī’ər-hôf’), Otto. 1884-1951.
German-born American physiologist. He shared a 1922 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the relationship between consumption of oxygen and production of lactic acid in muscles.
/ˈmaɪəhəʊlt/ noun 1. Vsevolod Emilievich, original name Karl Theodor Kasimir. 1874–c. 1940, Russian theatre director, noted for his experimental nonrealistic productions. He was arrested in 1939 and died in custody
abbreviation 1. Central European Time
water of gold, the father of Matred (Gen. 36:39; 1 Chr. 1:50), and grandfather of Mehetabel, wife of Hadar, the last king of Edom.
[mez-eyl] /ˈmɛz eɪl/ noun, Armor. 1. .